Tonle Sap, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Floating Village Siem Reap Reviews
Tonle Sap Floating Village Feb 16, 2010
Nothing special about it, after paying U$12 per person to get on boat, off we cruised the river, which was far from crystal clear.
The simple life of Cambodian floating village was shown on the left side of the river. They have floating church too.
At end, the river meets the ocean (or a lake, I'm not sure), where we were taken to a stop (floating mini shop & restaurant), and waited for sunset there. Sunset was always beautiful, we took pictures along with other tourists on the site.
PS. They had this cage below where they kept crocodiles. I couldn't stand how they caught a fish to play bait so the crocodile can slowly kill the poor fish. I hate it. They were savage.
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